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Collective Political Violence is a concise, yet thorough, interdisciplinary research of the various competing techniques, theories and reasons of political clash, together with revolutions, civil wars, genocide, and terrorism. To additional his exam of every kind of clash, Earl Conteh-Morgan provides case stories, from the Rwandan genocide to the USA civil rights flow. alongside the best way, he illuminates new debates touching on terrorism, peacekeeping, and environmental security.Written in a well informed, but obtainable, demeanour, Collective Political Violence treats the problem of political violence with an impressively large geographic variety, and effectively straddles the ideological divide.

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The Vietcong and the Vietnamese National Liberation Front, formed in 1960, continued to intensify their attacks and increase their gains. S. involvement correspondingly increased in terms of military assistance and deployment of troops. Similarly, South Vietnamese troops conducted counterinsurgency operations against rebel camps in North Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. S. S. involvement widened during the Johnson administration, the destructiveness of violent conflict between the United States and North Vietnam actually began in August 1964, after the Gulf of Tonkin incident.

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